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weekend with top nonfiction books and authors. >> jeanne three yo harris recounts rosa parks' political activism. she argues she is often only remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama, but her involvement in the civil rights movement was far more extensive. this is about an hour, five. >> good evening. my name is georgette norman, director of troy university rosa parks' museum. on behalf of the chancellor, the faculty, student body, i welcome you to our campus. i want to ask you a question. very glad you're here. how are you politicized? how are you acculture ated? want you to think about that. as we honor rosa parks' 100% birthday, we have -- 100th birthday, we have the honor of having with us to start this whole celebration off dr. jeannie theoharis who asked that question of rosa parks. what was behind that no? that no heard round the world? those little two letters that opened the floodgates of all those divergent streams into that one vast ocean. at the time that no carried with it great risk. risk in terms of gender, class and race. the question is, what is
now. santa rosa is 47. here is how it looks. we are expecting this week a sunny sunday for today. tomorrow will be distinctly cooler. then we will get wet on tuesday. not as wet as previously, originally we were looking for an inch of rain, maybe now a 10th to an quarter of an inch. not a lot of big rain. just enough to wet the lawn pretty much. the latter half of the week looks unsettled. and on monday it looks like there should not be delays at the airport. new york is nice and sunny but chicago is expecting rain for monday. back here numbers in the low to mid 60s today. not bad at all for february. monday looks nice for president's day if you have that off. the extended is calling for wet on tuesday and the latter half of the week will turn chilly. temperatures only in the 50s for day time highs. so, it looks like a decent week ahead, a little rain. >> i can't help it. we are in february and we are talking chilly and 52? [ laughing ] >> yes. we know we are spoiled! >> exactly. thank you, brian. >>> well, a new tweet from the catholic pontiff this morning. his message to 1
, and highs today in the 70s. santa rosa, 72. napa, 69. sfo, 66. concord, 67. 68 in san jose, monterey, 73 degrees. your high so far for today. our east bay cam getting a little closer. you can see a little bit of the haze near the golden gate bridge, and currently we have 59 in san francisco. oakland, 63. 66, san jose, novato, 64. livermore, 64. nice shot from the high def next rooftop cam looks towards the bay bridge. clear sky inland. santa rosa, 66. napa, 64. los gatos, 70. so, here is a look at our forecast, and it's going to take us into next week when we're really going to start to see big changes. looking for passing clouds overnight. you may have noticed high clouds, fog will redevelop in spots by tomorrow morning. get ready for plenty of sunshine and temperatures will cool a bit, and then next week cold, wet weather pattern as we head into tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. here is a look at some of those high clouds right here. they just drift by the bay area. they will push off towards the east. you can see a bit of fog near the coast. this will head a little further inland over
th birthday of our dear sister rosa parks. as our country continues to celebrate the beginning and as our country continues to celebrate the beginning of the second term of our great president, president barack obama. now, it's easy to take for granted the progress that we've made as a country because we are forever looking to solve today's problems and as we continue to meet tomorrow's challenges as we shape our future. but what it is, it's definitely worthwhile to take a look back at the great works of our predecessor and the brave men and women who have paved the way for progress that we enjoy here in the 21st century. and if you look around, many of those men and women are right here with us in the rotunda today. we remember the people who braved police dogs and fire hoses turned against them by their own government officials in the south, people who believed that an idea -- believed in an idea that we're all created equal and that we're willing to risk and that we're willing to risk their life in the purchase soul of a lofty promise in america. today we celebrate black his
jose with pair of 60s. oops that santa rosa temperature is off the mark isn't it? it's currently 67 degrees there. today in and around the bay area, one, two, three, four temperatures there easily into the 70s. not including danville and blackhawk which also reached the low 70s. 68 in san jose is a couple of degrees above average for this time of the year. 37 overnight tonight. santa rosa, back in through sonoma into napa and glen ellen. we'll be coming aross the valley upper 30s in livermore. still there's a bite in the area. downtown san jose looking at moderate air quality right now same story again for your sunday. moderate air with a haze in the atmosphere. westerly is kicking in late day so we have that extended forecast with rain back in the forecast. right now area of low pressure banging up against the pacific northwest. that's going to kind of open the door for a series of troughs moving this way. high pressure moving due east as it does so first area of low pressure, it's a cold front. got some pretty strong dynamics that will place
with the chilly numbers. 34 napa, 35 santa rosa. this is what i mean, a half-mile visibility up towards the north in santa rosa. 8-mile visibility in napa. you notice along the coast, 6 miles half moon bay. and san jose this morning, not bad. but most locations not much of a change. in fact still retaining some of the warmth from yesterday. it's been mild in oakland with the cooling really up in the north bay from novato to santa rosa this morning. partly cloudy and cool in spots with that fog from time to time in our north bay. east bay is looking pretty good with much cooler conditions tomorrow. and then we are looking at low levels. 60s as well as 2,000 feet on tuesday. not looking at a whole lot of moisture associated with the system. the high pressure is holding on for another day and a half. it will still be dry for tomorrow, but for tuesday here comes the front. it's a weak one. and with it the cold air moving on in. showers could greet you as you head out early to work on tuesday. 5:00 you will notice a few light showers around the city. here comes the sun by about 9:00, 10:00. most of th
's a look at the highs. santa rosa, 72. napa, 73. concord, 67. 68 today in san jose. monterey, reached a high of 73 degrees. and we're beginning to see a little light fog right just outside the golden gate. this is from the high definition east bay cam. you see the marin headlands. 54 in novato, we'll show you the bay bridge, and you can see the clear sky there as well. we have 58 degrees ago now in santa rosa, napa, 69. 61 in concord. gilroy, 63. here's a look at our forecast. we'll put you in through much of next week as well. we'll go with passing high clouds tonight but really we're going to notice fog redeveloping in spots around the bay area. get ready for sunshine for sunday but it is going to begin to cool down. you'll notice that. then a much colder, wetter week, as we head into the first and middle part of next week. here's a look at the high clouds that moved across the bay area this afternoon. they will push on out towards the east. this is a little bit of fog that pushes in near the coast and probably moves in through the peninsula as well as the bay overnight tonight. but
the superintendent attended the rosa, parks school it was a wonderful event where the kids had t-shirts with rosa parks on it and a wonderful celebration and i want to thank the lake shore elementary community for including me on their mass and literacy night. >> commissioner mendoza? >> so i attended the kinsy collection opening at malad which was amazing and it really demonstrated the great work of our african american community. and there, the collection is going to be at moad and so the museum in san francisco from february 8th through may the 19th. and it is telling the story about african american history and culture from
elevation, winds are up. 72 was the high in santa rosa. napa you reached 73. 66 at sfo and international airport. concord 67 and monterey today 73 degrees. another live look from high definition rooftop camera, its already at 50 in san francisco. san jose at 53. down to 46 degrees right now in novato. santa cruz 54 and livermore at 50 degrees. bay bridge a beautiful shot at this hour and right now santa rosa 47. you will notice most locations in the upper 40s, fairfield at 49 as well as gilroy checking in at 51 degrees. here is a look at forecast highlights. we are going to go with a few passing clouds overnight. fog will redevelop and get ready for more sunshine for your sunday but temperatures will start to cool off a bit. as i mentioned a cold and wet week ahead. especially as we get into tuesday and wednesday. here is a look at our pacific satellite. few high clouds drift towards the east. this is fog that is banking up near the coast. it will make a return overnight tonight but high pressure responsible for the 60 ease and low 70s will begin to weaken on sunday and monday and temper
if not for rosa parks. rosa parks made martin luther king possible. (applause) >> and i believe that those four students in greensboro also made the accomplishments that we he attribute to martin luther king as a symbol of the movement. martin luther king understood that many of the things that we attribute to him would not have been possible without the grassroots of the struggle. and that brings me back to the book that i've written about the last 50 years. when i was a teenager, a 19 year old, i went to the march on washington. and right before going, i met some of these young activists who are associated with the student nonviolent coordinating committee. i must say that that affected the way in which i viewed the march. like everyone else, i wanted to see what martin luther king's concluding speech would be. but i was also interested in the speech of john lewis who was the chair of the student nonviolent coordinating committee. just days before the march, i had met one of the snick activists at a conference. his name was stokely car michael. and from that time on, i understood that when we
bay. 37 in santa rosa with a quarter mile visibility. 50s downtown and fog in mountain view and san jose but the rest of the day, upper 50s about the onshore flow at the coast. a little breezy to the mid-60s inland. another nice afternoon, tonight and more clouds and fog and tomorrow, we are talking ten degrees cooler than today. rain is going to hold off for most of the day and cold and wet tuesday and chilly week ahead. >>> two people are in the hospital. one in very serious condition after their speedboat collided with a golden gate ferry. our reporter joins us live from marin general hospital with the latest the have. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're told the two victims are still here being treated at marin general. the cause of the crash that frightening and dramatic collision remains under investigation. take a look at the sky7hd video. we were overhead shortly after the crash. it happened around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. the windshield was shatd ordered the speedboat. the front part caved in showing the force of the impact. a small boat against a big ferry. coa
the north bay. highs today, santa rosa, 72. napa, 73. concord, 67. san jose, 68. 73 in monterey. another shot from our roof cam high definition looking over the transamerica pyramid in the financial district in san francisco. we're looking at clear sky there with san francisco, 49. 52, oakland. novato, 45. santa cruz, 50. livermore, 47. and even the bay bridge, seeing some clear conditions overhead. santa rosa, light fog. 42. napa, 43. concord, 47. 47 right now in clear sky in los gatos. so here's a look at the forecast. highlights for at least the next few days. passing clouds overnight. fog will develop overnight. in fact get ready for more sunshine for your sunday but it's going to be cooler, and that trend will be with us next week and wet weather will return by tuesday and wednesday. here's a look at the pacific sleight. these high clouds moved through earlier. they have exited the state and you can get a sense of the fog banking up near the coast. high pressure responsible for these unseasonably warm temperatures, hold on for one more day as we head into monday and tuesday. boy, th
. highs today, santa rosa, 72. napa, 73. concord, 67. san jose, 68. 73 in monterey. another shot from our roof cam high definition looking over the transamerica pyramid in the financial district in san francisco. we're looking at clear sky there with san francisco, 49. 52, oakland. novato, 45. santa cruz, 50. livermore, 47. and even the bay bridge, seeing some clear conditions overhead. santa rosa, light fog. 42. napa, 43. concord, 47. 47 right now in clear sky in los gatos. so here's a look at the forecast. highlights for at least the next few days. passing clouds overnight. fog will develop overnight. in fact get ready for more sunshine for your sunday but it's going to be cooler, and that trend will be with us next week and wet weather will return by tuesday and wednesday. here's a look at the pacific sleight. these high clouds moved through earlier. they have exited the state and you can get a sense of the fog banking up near the coast. high pressure responsible for these unseasonably warm temper more d one more day as we head into monday and tuesday. boy, that's when temperatures are
, relative humidity is up and if you are driving early. anywhere from santa rosa to petaluma. you will mind it down to a quarter of a mile. you will be fine. give ago lack there. over the bay. little bit of fog there. just obscuring the sun a little bit. we have another good looking day in store. with the cooling trend and drafts to come. >> 52 degrees in oakland. and in san francisco. not a bad start. 40s to low 50s around the bay and walnut creek and in concord, lever more. and reporting fog. >> temperatures are a little chillier than where we were yesterday morning. >> this is reporting 49-43. upper 30s to low 40s in calistoga. we now have an eye on the system that will bring us rain. this is in the gulf of alaska. it is in the pacific northwest by tomorrow. >> sliding. and then we will in the the rain. >> they will continue to drop. upper 60s. near 70 degrees is where we sat yesterday. today we are talking mid- to upper 60s. approaching 60 degrees in some cases and bottoming out on tuesday. low to mid-60s for the afternoon. >> if you do have low cloud outside your door. they will begin
the next few days. forecast lows tomorrow morning will be in the upper 30s, bundle up towards santa rosa, napa and fairfield. san francisco forecast low of 46. san jose starting out the day 42 degrees. high pressure has been the key weather feature over the past few days. producing that warmup for today. tomorrow, as we mentioned cooler and here's the next system moving in from the north. this moves in by tuesday with that big temperature drop. here's the temperature trend over the next few days. it's a sharp drop-off and by tuesday we do introduce that rain and we could have at least some moderate rain pushing through the bay area and then beyond that we are still tracking some shower chances, as well. here's our forecast model tomorrow. no raindrops to worry about just some areas of fog hugging parts of the shoreline first thing sunday morning, patchy fog in the inland valleys. monday dry but we thicken up clouds throughout the day and look what happens first thing tuesday morning. just in time for the tuesday morning commute, some wet streets out there with some moderate rainfall mayb
37 degrees in santa rosa 36 in napa low fifties already in the oakland and mid-40s in redwood city. mid-60's in oakland expected today and into the north bay and '60s there as well. upper 60s expected in napa and a little bit chillier in san francisco getting up to only 62 degrees. the full forecasters coming up including showers. >> oakland police are searching for suspects this morning following a deadly shooting saturday. the shooting happened just before 5 p-m on 8th street near the west oakland bart station. you're looking at video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. a male victim was pronounced dead at the scene. this was the second homicide in oakland on saturday. a man was fatally stabbed on the 700 block of east 11th street. >> in the north bay. the coast guard is investigating how a ferry collided with a small boat injuring two people. one of them is in morning. the accident happened around four o' clock saturday afternoon. with a goldengate ferry. that ferry was on its way to san francisco from sausalito and had five hundred peopleno one on the ferry was hur
s, 59 san francisco, and 62 for santa rosa. so from here temperatures will continue to drop off. the most active weather day will be tuesday. you can clearly see that. the coolest and the wettest day for us. little breezy, too. wednesday now looking mainly dry. we'll be in between systems and perhaps a few more showers for thursday into friday. but the cold system not bringing as much moisture, the three-day holiday weekend looks like we'll wrap it up dry, tuesday could be pretty interesting, low snow levels, rain and wind reminder, february is still part of winter as if we need to see that. >> that should be the normal forecast, we just haven't seen it. thank you, rob. >>> let's check in with henry wolford of comcast sports net. what is happening, henry? >> reporter: i tell you, big stories, the 32-year-old horse racing tradition, we'll talk about that. and stanford, looking for a sweep on the hard drive. can stef find his stroke? all next in sports. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at cha
is spot on for this time of the year and low 70s in santa rosa. notice the 70 degrees at the delta as well. 73 in napa and in sonoma. these lows dipping down between the 30s and 40s and we'll see a blanket of clouds overhead and still have a chill in the air and wind are dialing back allowing the fog to now form. this is the scene looking out to the golden gate bridge. notice a little haze near the lights. that's some of that patchy stratus development. for your monday morning a great start then sunny skies albeit cooler. and then again that west sea breeze to 15 miles per hour cooling us down. we have a wetter weather pattern slated for this upcoming week. first off area of low pressure banging up against the pacific northwest. it's beginning to break down the ridge of high pressure that will traverse in an easterly direction. here's an area of low pressure to kick open the storm door for a series of troughs that want to take aim on the state of california. partly cloudy, 49 for sunday and eureka. 60s in the interior section of the state and yes looking for snowfall on tuesday. mid 50s in
. san francisco's dropped 9 degrees in the past two hours. today's highs 71 santa rosa. 73 napa. 70 in fairfield. 70 in oakland. highs today a couple of degrees above average in san jose and pretty much spot on for this time of the year in san francisco. tonight overnight still into the 30s and few 40s upper 30s in redwood city all the way back but brisbane. otherwise 39 american canyon and also vallejo. low 40s around the rose garden district of san jose. this is a look at out towards the san jose area becoming cloudy tonight overnight and chilly night. we will have the clouds to open up your sunday and then a very wet weather pattern. area of low pressure now brushing up against the pacific northwest. it's going to continue to compress our area of high pressure that versing in an easterly direction opening the door for this cold front. and if our timing serves us correctly we will see the rain develop in the overnight hours monday overnight, there you have that rain beginning far north bay. then your tuesday morning commute certainly will be s
in santa rosa and down you go toward los gatos and gilroy. the visibility 3 miles in livermore. looking good in oakland and san francisco, just a quarter mile to the san carlos airport. in pockets we have the low clouds. definitely be careful out there. if you are headed out early this morning you notice it is getting lighter. but still the numbers have dropped in parts of our north bay as much as 4 degrees compared to yesterday morning. and we are still holding steady with some of the warmth in the mid-40s from the east bay to the south bay. so our highlights of this morning, another look at vollmer peak, isn't that pretty, too. you so the low clouds here. we call it partly cloudy, cooler for today and into tomorrow. much cooler president's day. the showers arrive in the overnight hours. we are looking at low snow levels down to 2000 feet here as this system heads our way by the tuesday morning commute. high pressure is holding on for another 30 hours or so. you will in the jet stream still spinning north but off to the north and west. it's a front, a weak front burks it has a lot of c
, also in santa a rosa, and temperature its seeing a widespread, 40s and a fifth where you have the clouds, 30s around santa rose. everyone by the afternoon should see 60s for highs, 59 in san francisco. rain and breezy conditions tuesday. >>> and that is your latest forecast. lester? >> all right, dylan. thanks. to washington, where 3rez obama's choice for defense secretary remains in limbo. chuck hagel's nomination so hold for a week while congress is in recess. what's all the drama involving this vote? david gregory is moderator of "meet the press". good morning. >> good morning. >> a republican standing against his nomination here. i think we're used to republicans standing up against the president. why in this case which it seems to be a foregone conclusion that he will eventually get through? >> a lot of republicans don't like him. don't take my word for it. that's what john mccain said on thursday, saying there's a lot of ill-will over republicans over hagel's criticism of president bush and iraq and the surge and all the rest. and as a result they're jamming them up. i d
. it's chilly in santa rosa, though, 36. clouds will increase tomorrow. the rain coming back on tuesday. that's the way it's looking up for. here's how it looks from the west satellite. we have low pressure moving in over the senior lucins that will be a system a factor for us by late monday, early tuesday. rainfall amounts though with this latest model runs have shown that they're backing down on the precip amounts. down now to about tenth of annual inch to maybe a quarter of an inch as this begins to weaken as it gets close to california. for today we'll have mostly sunny skies. it's a great day to go out and do something. enjoy the sun. enjoy the great outdoors. maybe the top of mt. hamilton. that would be nice. 60 at reading today. the central valley sunny there as well. temperatures in the 60s for the most part. 64 at napa. 64 oakland. 60 in san francisco. hey, president's day or if you have the day off will be fair and cool. temperatures in the 50s. then the extended forecast, that's when we increase the clouds on monday. a cha
's highs. santa rosa, 66. san josi 64 and half moon bay, you have patchy fog neider the immediate shoreline. half moon bay in the upper 50s. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast. as you can see here, temperatures cooling off into monday. still dry. there is the rain cloud. we're excited about the rain on tuesday and lingering clouds and wednesday. just a slight chance of sprinkle's with take a look at thursday. heather and ken, you may have been noticing i have been socializing more in the newsroom because it's a quiet weather pattern. finally we'll be busy in the weather department by tuesday. >> back to work to you are. no more goofing off. thank you, mark. >>> an exciting tradition in chinatown rushed to its original home today. the annual chinese new year basketball jamboree has been going on for 20 years, but it was moved out of the betty ann ong recreational center so the facility could be rebuilt. the center re-opened last summer and the basketball jamboree settled back into it's old home. 75 middle schools will participate in today's event. >>> well, coming up, a winner is
of the regular season with a thrilling 5-4 overtime victory against the santa rosa junior college bear cubs. ian seidl made the game-tying goal with an assist from mason console in the last few seconds of the final period. sam cimino ended it all in overtime with his 4th goal of the game, leaving the spartans with and overall record of 23 wins, 7 losses, and 2 ties. ">>>mason console/sjsu hockey the team got a couple lucky passes and we came back and won it so it was just as i imagined it. second semester, really good. we had a couple hiccups in the first semester but we picked it up and are ready for national." saturday the fifth seeded spartans take on the eighth seeded san diego state aztecs in their first round of the 2013 a-c-h-a regionals. the tournament will take place in salt lake city and if the spartans come out victorious, they'll be on their way to nationals. it's spring and for many sports fans that is a sign that baseball is back and the san jose state season is well underway. ">>>(nat sound crack of the bat) in baseball, spring brings hope and renewal. for the spartans, it's a cha
close to normal. in santa rosa, napa, also fairfield. oakland at 70. upper 60's in mountain view. and 68, spot on, in san jose. tonight, into the 30's and 40's. but we have pockets of patchy fog developing. this is our live kpix 5 weather camera looking out towards the golden gate bridge. you see haze, fog developing near the bridge. otherwise, mostly cloudy skies. waking up to gray tomorrow. then becoming sunny. but we have a sea breeze that will kick in, cooling us down. and then the wet weather pattern returns by tuesday. this satellite image, over the past 11 hours, suggests we did have an area of low pressure bang up against the pacific northwest, deteriorating the ridge of high pressure and also allowing that ridge to begin to traverse in an easterly direction, opening the door for the cold front. now, if our timing serves us correctly, and we certainly hope it does, looks like we have at least another day that it will be dry. mid 50's in monterey bay. mid 50's across the central valley. it will be 68 tomorrow in redding. 45 in
? >> we know they started with a rosa and interestingly enough it used to be called pink floyd because he reported the wall on the estate where angelina and brad lived and have lived since 2008. 1,000-acre chateau estate in the wine district of france, which is conducive to growing grapes organically. so, we know they're going to start off with that and then go to weitz and then eventually reds. >> boy, they're living the life. >> you may ask why. various reasons why celebrities will do this. tax rebates. maybe because they really love wine and their own use and very lucrati lucrative. >> many celebrities involved in wine. tell me. >> antonio banderas. >> that was a gem assignment. >> then we have fergie from the blacked eyed peas and kyle mack lachlan and lil' jon has a winery and, yes, he does. and nancy pelosi herself -- >> what? >> owns vineyards. >> so they don't put their names on all of it, obviously. >> lil' jon, lil' jon winery, lil' jon wine. what about christi paul blanc. it has a nice ring to it. >> i'll take it nadia, thank you, good to see you. >>> we'll tell you about anoth
, but also rosa parks that brought dr. king to the floor as a civil rights leader. >> yeah, i think it's important to recognize in the world that was defined by colonialism, black and brown people didn't have to read each other's works to come to a common understanding that humanity was being oppressed. it took certain moments, con tect individuals to muster the courage to learn from around the world and test the ideas. so, before king, james farmer had study's gandhi's efforts and were actually king's tutors on this issue. they started the efforts through core in the north as early freedom fighters testing desegregation or really expanding integration outside the south before it became known as the southern civil rights movement. it demonstrates how long the effort for anticolonialism had been unfolding over the course of the 20th century. >> we have the deep history. we have the potential of continuing engagement. this president, president obama, part of what i found so fascinating about him is the extend which he is a cosmopolitan citizen of the world. chicago may be home. his first
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